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Friday, 04 September 2015
Waterborne coatings

Everything about the most important coatings technology. Don`t miss any trend and new development on waterborne coatings

41 item(s) for Waterborne coatings
24 Aug 15
Waterborne acrylic-casein latexes as eco-friendly binders for coatings

The use of casein as renewable resource to produce eco-friendly hybrid latexes has an increasing importance in industrial applications especially for high performance waterborne coatings.

14 Jul 15
Preparing silane as comonomer for waterborne traffic-marking paints

Styrenesulfonyltrimethoxysilylpropyl thioether (STEP) was synthesised as a silane containing comonomer for preparation of environmentally friendly waterborne traffic-marking paint, which has fast dry, abrasion resistance, and long term durability.

25 Feb 15
Copolymerising wetting and dispersing agents for waterborne coatings

Additives are very crucial in any paint formulation, as they play a significant role during various stages, when incorporated in a small amount.

30 Sep 14
Preparing polythiophene-containing waterborne coatings for steel

Polythiophene microspheres can be well dispersed to be utilised in waterborne corrosion protection coatings.

14 May 14
Preparing hybrid dispersions for VOC-free waterborne coatings

Waterborne hybrid alkyd-acrylic dispersions were characterised by Tunisian researchers from University of Sfax.

10 Dec 13
Fatty acids improve crosslinking in waterborne acrylic coatings

Acrylic waterborne coatings free of volatile coalescing agents were produced and characterized by a team of Portuguese researchers.

22 Nov 13
Water flooding for all coatings

Are waterborne coatings good enough today or is the big change yet to take place?

3 Sep 13
Siloxane-modified waterbased polyurethanes: Promising antifouling coatings

Chinese researchers modified two-component waterbased polyurethanes with siloxane. The result is high thermal stability and good surface properties.

21 Jun 13
Waterborne coatings:Better film properties due to the dual curing process

Taiwanese scientists investigated in a new study linseed oil-based waterborne polyurethane dispersion (PUD) wood coatings using different curing processes. Coatings using UV/air-dual-curing process showed better films properties.

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